Arrival at Mumbai.Meet to greet and proceed to Saputara. Arrival and check in to the hotel. Saputara is a hill resort, known as abode of serpents.
|TOUR DURATION||12 Days|
|TOUR ROUTE||Mumbai-Saputara-Baroda-Champaner-Chota Udepur-Ahmedabad-Poshina-Patan-Modhera-Dasada-Zainabad-Bhuj-Gondal-Ahmedabad|
Day 01: Mumbai – Saputara
Day 02: Saputara
The Warlis – This means that Warli’s are those who cultivated small pieces of land. Their main occupation is agriculture but they also go for labour of any kind and for preparation of cooking coal. Overnight at Saputara.
Day 03: Saputara – Baroda
Overnight at Baroda.
Day 04: Baroda – Champaner – Chota Udepur
Day 05: Chotta Udepur
Day 06: Chhota Udepur – Ahmedabad
Day 07: Ahmedabad – Poshina
Day 08: Poshina
Day 9: Poshina – Patan – Modhera – Dasada
Modhera : Built in 1026 ad during the reign of the solanki king bhima -1, modhera Surya mandir marks the peak of revolution in indo-aryan hindu temple form Typology. It is positioned in such a manner that the rising sun rays illuminate the deity in the inner most sanctum sanctorum through the main Entrance at the time of equinox only. Overnight at Dasada.
Day 10: Dasada
Wild ass sanctuary
The sanctuary is well known for its group of the stale joke brown Asiatic (Wild ass), which does not live else where in Indian lowlands. We can see with Little Rann of Kutch blackbuck (Indian antelope), nilgai or blue bull (India’s largest antelope) and the graceful chinkara (Indian gazelle) are other mammals. The main carnivores of the Little Rann of Kutch are the endangered Indian wolf, desert fox, Indian fox, jackals, desert and jungle cats, and a few hyenas; also we can see during the visits flamingoes, pelicans, ducks, cranes and storks.
We can do excursion safari tours of pastoral settlements and villages along the Rann of Kutch. The tours visit the rural Vadiara and Kharapat Rabaris of Dasada, known for their embroideries, the silk-weavers colony at Dasada, and Ambala village of the Bharward shepherds and goatherds. The weaving cooperative at Bajana and other artisans’ workshops can also be included in the tours. Other societies near Dasada are Padhars (primarily fishing people), the Siddis and the semi-nomadic Mirs, Jaths (Muslim herders), Bajanias.
Overnight Rannriders, Dasada.